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WOOL TRADE IN BETTER TRIM

WOOL TRADE IN BETTER TRIM

DEMAND FOR HIGH-CLASS GOODS. Leicester, Saturday. There is still wide-spread depression in the wool trade, but at the same time there signs of revival, especially in garments of exceptional merit for both sexes. Pullovers, cardigan jackets, and highclass underwear sell with much
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CARNOUSTIE UNIONIST OFFICIALS.

CARNOUSTIE UNIONIST OFFICIALS.

Carnoustie, Barry, and Panbride Commit tee of Forfarshire Unionist Organisation held its annual meeting, when the following officials were elected :—- Chairman, Mr George Gibson ; hon secretaiy and treasurer, Mr A. C. M Corquodalr," solicitor, High Street; sub-district chairmen
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOVERNMENT'S COURAGE CHALLENGED

GOVERNMENT'S COURAGE CHALLENGED

MR KIRKWOOD, M.P., ADDRESSES DUNDEE I.L.P. far ability is concerned, there never was an abler Government than the present. I not challenging their ability, but I do challenge their courage." This was one of the made by Mr David Kirkwood. Socialist M.P. for Dumbarton, addressing
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FALKLAND PROVOST REELECTED.

FALKLAND PROVOST REELECTED.

Provost T. D. Hopkins, I' a.kland, has been re-elected for another term, and Bailie George Robertson has been reelected First Bailie.
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SKIPPERS HEAVILY FINED

SKIPPERS HEAVILY FINED

ILLEGAL TRAWLING OFF ABERDEEN. Robert Robson, skipper, 156 Victoria Road, Torrv, Aberdeen, was fined with the alternative of forty days' imprisonment, at special diet of Aberdeen Sheriff Court, when ho appeared charged with trawling within the three-mile limit. For a similar off
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LADYBANK MUNICIPAL appointments.

LADYBANK MUNICIPAL appointments.

At Ladybank Town Council—Provost Cellars presiding —Mr Gilchrist was appointed housing factor for Ladybank. The following conveners were appointed : —Water, Bailie J. Opdahl; Cleansing, ex- Provost Thomson; Lighting, D. d. White; Housing, Sinclair; Park, A. D. Reid. , Arrangemen
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WOMAN DOCTOR'S ILLNESS

WOMAN DOCTOR'S ILLNESS

The condition of Dame Mary Dacomb Seharlieb, the well-known woman doctor, who is lying seriously ill at. her home in York Terrace, Regent's Park, London, was night stated "very, very grave." Dame Mary, who is 85 years of age, was one of the first women become a doctor.
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH BOXING TITLES

SCOTTISH BOXING TITLES

HOW FIFE CANDIDATES FARED Lack of Experience Tells Against Them By Our Own Correspondent. THE Fife lads, while showing both cleverness and pluck, undoubtedly suffered from lack of experience in competition work in the Eastern championships at Edinburgh on Saturday night. That th
10 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRUST COMPANIES' RESULTS

TRUST COMPANIES' RESULTS

dfTt TISII WESTERN t of UE "idp,) en Ihird Scottish Western for the year Af,„° 18 £24 o*7 shows that the net v idj P&.vit).; T> a 1 sr £23,700 in 1937). 1 reference dividend, a 'he '..for the (same) is recom■°r th, a fy s tax at 4s lOd on a of a ,n lnK surplus revenue V (£5486).
02 April 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TWO WORKMEN FALL 14 FEET

TWO WORKMEN FALL 14 FEET

Two Dundee tradesmen sustained minor fractures when scaffolding collapsed in Lawside Foundry. Lavvside Road yesterday. Thev were James Robertson (65) joiner, Afreet Edward Mackie (59), "nter Tullideph Street. Both fell about S Robertson broke. W i„ hi , ij ami Mackie a rib. They
02 April 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland